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Sentence count:108+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: boarddepartstartAntonym: disembarkSimilar words: embarrassedcombatbombasticbarbareambassadorbarnbarelyMeaning: [ɪm'bɑːk]  v. 1. go on board 2. set out on (an enterprise or subject of study) 3. proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers. 
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1, Never embark on what comes after without having mastered what goes before. 
2, Passengers with cargo must embark first.
3, Passengers with cars must embark first.
4, Maybe it doesn't matter which road we embark on. Maybe what matters is that we embark.
5, Bob ordered brigade HQ to embark.
6, We embark at Montreal for New York.
7, She was about to embark on a major expedition.
8, The board decided to embark on aggressive overseas expansion.
9, She is about to embark on a diplomatic career.
10, She was now ready to embark on her journey of adventure.
11, Some forethought and preparation is necessary before you embark on the project.
12, The band are about to embark on a six-month world tour.
13, He is about to embark on a new business venture.
14, You must embark now. b. You must disembark now.
15, Why, then, would I choose to embark upon this course myself?
16, He must also embark on a grueling course of longer-term reforms.
17, Once at the 1,000 Island Resort region, embark on a cruise aboard the lake's still waters.
18, He volunteered to embark on a dangerous secret mission into occupied France.
19, Before you embark on a journey of revenge,( dig two graves. Confucius 
20, Nimbus should be strongly encouraged to embark on the complete oeuvre of Gotschalk with Alan Marks.
21, Two hours would have sufficed to embark the men in Cherbourg Harbour, after a previous rehearsal.
22, Surely this is too early to embark on new ideas - obscuring what we have so painstakingly created.
23, Meanwhile, Tracey is about to embark on one of the most unusual cases of her career.
24, If you are moving some distance, it's worth having the car serviced before you embark on the journey.
25, And further expansion is on the cards as Sainsbury plans to embark on a similar programme of store opening in future years.
26, Passengers will have to pay a fee at the airport where they embark.
27, Will my hon. Friend ask the Opposition whether they will continue to embark upon their policy of abolishing those trusts?
28, He also persuaded the college authorities that they ought to embark on a class project and construction was started in November 1936.
29, How had the new city fathers acquired the wealth and prestige to embark on these schemes?
30, An innovator in financial areas, Citibank for example, is not likely to embark on innovations in health care.
More similar words: embarrassedcombatbombasticbarbareambassadorbarnbarelymemberembodybarrelbarrierembraceresemblehandlebarremembersnack barassemblyassemblemembershipmarksharkparkasparkmarketmarkermark offmark outremarkparking
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